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Edi_Anonymous survey shows the top places people claim to have been spiked in Edi

25 per cent of respondents reported being spiked at Why Not

Edinburgh students are using Edi_Anonymous to report stories of being ‘spiked by injection’

The victims reported feeling ‘very unwell’ and waking up with red puncture marks

Vaccine passports in Scotland are now enforceable by law

You need to prove you’re fully vaccinated to get into a club

An Edi student has been punched in the face in a racist attack on Princes Street

The fourth year student was attacked by a group of teenagers last Friday night

Four Edi students left homeless after a pipe burst in the Airbnb they were renting

The international students have been struggling to find a flat

Students told Neil Thin is not teaching after he was removed from course Learn page

Students also saw his name on lecture slides

Dalai Lama backs campaign to save Himalaya Café in Newington from closure

The Dalai Lama praised the café for ‘promoting Tibetan culture in Scotland for many years’

A woman has been racially abused at a bus stop in Morningside

She received verbal abuse and was spat at, with passers-by failing to intervene

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Protestors holding ‘pray to end abortion’ signs were outside Chalmers this morning

Police were called to the sexual health clinic but were unable to act without buffer zone legislation

Get the VKs on ice: Big Cheese is returning to Potterrow on Saturday night

BRB, clearing my schedule for Saturday

Gone but not forgotten: there will be no more Juju’s club nights

The Monday club night at Lulu was a key event for all Edi yahs and rahs

Edinburgh vigil for Sabina Nessa organised for tonight at 7pm on The Meadows

‘The death of Sabina Nessa reaffirms it could’ve been any one of us’

Edinburgh vs St. Andrews men’s Varsity will be held behind closed doors tomorrow at 3pm

However the women’s fixture will not be played

Anthropology lecturer investigated for ‘racist and sexist comments’ returns to teaching

A uni investigation cleared Neil Thin, but some students aren’t happy he’s back teaching

EUSA trustee says trans women are ‘lying’ and ‘delusional’ in set of ‘transphobic’ tweets

EUSA’s Trans and Non-Binary Liberation Officer has described the comments as ‘deplorable’

Edinburgh Uni ranked top in the UK for Medicine by The Guardian

Edinburgh was ranked 12th best UK university overall